Key West Transportation
Our island is small and quaint, and so our taxis usually arrive within 10 minutes.
Ditch the car. Walk it, bike it, or bus it around our island city, offering a safe, healthy alternative to driving for tourists, workers and our local residents. It’s more pleasurable for you, and helps the environment.
Key West’s free hop-on, hop-off Duval Loop city-operated bus service was created to reduce traffic and parking challenges on island streets and promotes eco-friendly transportation alternatives.
Offered daily for car-free, easy travel around the island’s Historic Seaport and downtown Duval Street districts, the route currently includes 18 stops near Key West attractions, hotels, museums, boutiques and eateries.
Duval Loop’s colorful pink & blue buses run every 15 minutes from 10 a.m. to midnight and every 30 minutes from 6 to 10 a.m.
Use the Key West Park N’ Ride service available at The Old Town Garage located on the corner of Grinnell and Caroline Streets. Follow signs once you get to Key West marked Park N’ Ride.
Rates are $4 per hour or a $32 maximum daily fee. Park your car and use free public transportation.
Your Park N’ Ride Garage ticket entitles you, and everyone in your vehicle, to ride the city routes of public transportation in the City of Key West for free also. Numerous bus stops are located around town. Just present your ticket stub to the bus driver when you enter the bus.
The shuttle arrives and leaves the Park N’ Ride every hour and while you wait you can visit one of the many shops, restaurants or bars within the newly renovated Key West Bight just a few steps from the Old Town Garage Park N’ Ride.
Free City bus service is only available until the expiration date printed on your ticket stub and is not applicable to the Lower Keys Shuttle service. Bus stops are located on Caroline Street in front of West Marine, across Caroline for downtown service, and just west of garage for outbound service, for your convenience.
For more information on bus stops, routes, and schedule times, please visit kwtransit.com. Review the bus schedule and plan accordingly. City bus service only operates approximately every hour and twenty minutes.